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Americo Increases Manufacturing Capabilities

April 25, 2013

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Americo Manufacturing Company., Inc. has expanded its capabilities with a new highly advanced production line. According to company officials, the new technology significantly increases productivity while maintaining exceptional quality and consistency.

“With recent shifts in the marketplace, Americo is currently experiencing an outstanding amount of growth," says Lenny Shutzberg, CEO of Americo Manufacturing Co., Inc. "As we look ahead, Americo is simply positioning itself to continue serving our clients at the capacity they have come to expect from us. We pride ourselves in meeting and exceeding customer needs worldwide."

Family owned and managed, Americo’s products are made in the U.S. and sold in over 70 countries.

“Our customers are the heart of our organization. The installation of the new equipment will assure our customer base of fast, dependable service that they expect,” says Richard Rones, president of Americo Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Americo Manufacturing Company, headquartered in Acworth, GA, is a manufacturer of sustainable products such as synthetic and natural fiber floor pads, hand pads, utility pads and floor matting. 100% of the polyester fiber used in pads produced by Americo comes from recycled material from post-industrial and post-consumer waste and the binders its uses are based on water-based technology. Americo’s products are currently sold worldwide for over 44 years.
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